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Premier League
Why Southampton's inconsistency could prove fatal
13:00 Sunday 6th October 2019

I think it's fair to say that Ralph Hasenhuttl is the best thing to happen to Southampton over the last few years. The 52-year-old Austrian came to the Premier League with promise aplenty after an excellent three-year stint with RB Leipzig.…

Champions League
Jesse Marsch living the [not so] American Dream
12:01 Wednesday 18th September 2019

Based solely on Red Bull Salzburg’s Austrian Bundesliga play this season, you may form one of two opinions about their new manager, Jesse Marsch. Perfect after seven games while scoring 34 and shipping six, you might conclude he wasn’t…

Bundesliga
Bundesliga two-horse race? RB Leipzig want to widen the field
17:00 Wednesday 28th August 2019

Who doesn’t love a brand new football club funded by a mega-rich energy drink corporation? Most people as it turns out. There was a significant uproar when RB Leipzig formed in 2009. The furore only grew bigger as they progressed…

Premier League
2019/20 Southampton Premier League preview
19:01 Sunday 4th August 2019

I think it's fair to say that Southampton didn't show their true colours in the 2018/19 campaign. The South Coast outfit started poorly; Mark Hughes was to blame for that. The Welshman was relieved of his duties after just eight…

Premier League
Why a Man United move for Mario Lemina makes sense
15:00 Friday 12th July 2019

Manchester United have been linked with well over 100 footballers during this summer transfer window, with the rumour-mill firmly in full flow. Recently, Southampton's Mario Lemina was mentioned with a potential Old Trafford switch. Understandably,…

Premier League
Southampton's move for Che Adams signals intent
08:00 Sunday 7th July 2019

Just under a week ago, flashy announcement and all, Southampton unveiled their latest signing, Che Adams. The Englishman cost around £15million, with the centre-forward set to pocket around £50,000-a-week on…

Premier League
How Ralph Hasenhuttl can get Southampton marching again
15:00 Sunday 9th December 2018

It's bizarre. Southampton’s Premier League dreams are tied to a foreigner with a nightmarish-like name. Ralph Hasenhuttl. According to Jurgen Klopp, Hase means rabbit. Huttl translates to a small hut or cabin. A small hut for rabbits,…